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How to watch the twisted Christmas comedy Fatman in Australia
It’s Mel Gibson in ‘The Passion of The Christ-mas’, as the actor plays a grizzled version of Santa Claus himself.
How to watch Wonder Woman 1984 in Australia
The superhero sequel has been in No Man’s Land for months, but it might not be too much more of a wait.
Australian trailer and release date: Monster Hunter
Milla Jovovich, killing huge beasts with a huge sword. What else do you need to know?
How to watch the gritty new crime series Gangs of London
Gareth Evans knows how to showcase hyper-violent martial arts on film, and his first TV series is a knock-out too.
How to watch The Comeback Trail in Australia
The stacked cast includes Robert De Niro, Morgan Freeman, and Tommy Lee Jones as an ailing movie star.
Gangs of London is a blisteringly brutal crime saga full of mayhem and melodrama
This bone-crunching series isn’t just an endless parade of violence – although it comes close at times.
When is the post-apocalyptic comedy Love and Monsters likely to be released in Australia?
Starring teen heartthrob Dylan O’Brien, the movie looks awesome…but will Aussie audiences get to see it?
I binged all the American Ninja movies because my editor is a sadistic monster
How much brain damage can these movies cause if watched back to back? Short answer: a lot.
How to watch The Outpost in Australia
This guns-and-glory war film based on true events may be screening somewhere near you.
How Bruce Lee continues to influence the zeitgeist, half a century after his death
From Tarantino to martial arts shows to the MCU – Bruce Lee is still working his magic.
How to watch The Walking Dead: World Beyond in Australia
Do you believe in life after a global zombie apocalypse?
Here’s the trailer and release date for Free Guy, Ryan Reynold’s new action-comedy
In Communist Russia, video game plays YOU.
The best and worst Sherlock Holmes movies
Old mate Sherlock’s gotten to the bottom of a fair few cases over the years…
The biggest movies arriving in Australian cinemas in October
Next month brings us Wonder Woman, two Western Australian stories, and some Sundance sensations.
Australian trailer and release date: Black Widow
Aussie director Cate Shortland taking on one of Marvel’s most anticipated releases? Yes please!
Cobra Kai cleverly flips the script, making us empathise with the bad guy
This kick arse kung-pow soap opera is a pretty damn clever reversal of expectations.
Mulan is a visually arresting epic with serviceable fight choreography
This film is a meticulously mounted period adventure that’s good enough for you to wish it was a little better.
This video of Tom Cruise watching Tenet reminds us of the joys of cinema
Cruise checking out Tenet is probably the best short film of 2020?
Why BINGE has become Destination DC – and you should be watching
BINGE has become Destination DC—home of superhero stories with a difference.
Tenet review: Christopher Nolan’s new blockbuster verges on self-parody
Technique over substance, form over function, puzzles over plot, plot over characterisation.
10 years on, Inception remains Christopher Nolan’s most complex and intellectual film
Inception is by far Nolan’s most complex film and arguably his most intellectual.
Christian Slater’s 10 best performances, from Heathers to Mr Robot
Christian Slater was an up-and-comer in the ’80s and a box office drawcard in the ’90s. Now he’s back in a big way.